Toula Portokalos is 30, Greek, and works in her family';s restaurant, Dancing Zorba';s, in Chicago. All her father Gus wants is for her to get married to a nice Greek boy. But Toula is looking for more in life. Her mother convinces Gus to let her take some computer classes at college (making him think it';s his idea). With those classes under her belt, she then takes over her aunt';s travel agency (again making her father think it';s his idea). She meets Ian Miller, a high school English teacher, WASP, and dreamboat she had made a fool of herself over at the restaurant; they date secretly for a while before her family finds out. Her father is livid over her dating a non-Greek. He has to learn to accept Ian; Ian has to learn to accept Toula';s huge family, and Toula has to learn to accept herself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Movie K (br) wrote: Based on the popular racing video game. Obviously it is not very good to start with. I didn't play the game before so maybe there are some reference in the movie which I don't know of. Aaron Paul runs a car tuning workshop which is pass down from his late father. Together with his good friends Scott Mescudi, Rami Malek, Ramon Rodriguez & Harrison Gilbertson. Michael Keaton is a rich ex-racer now DJ who organize the exclusive race cup upon invites only. Dominic Cooper is a big time racer who is nemesis of Aaron. He date Dakota Johnson who is also sister of Harrison and ex-girlfriend of Aaron. Aaron can't sustain the worksop and has to race underground for money. Dominic approach Aaron to finish a Ford Mustang which legendary Shelby is building when he died. The reward will be 25% of the selling price. Imogen Poots a Brit evaluate the car and will pay $3 million if the car can go 230mph. Aaron is sure of it but Dominic isn't. Aaron says only he can do it and test it without Dominic approve and hit 234mph. Imogen buy it for $2.7 million for her client. Dominic is not happy and challenge to race Aaron in winner takes all. He bring them to his uncle's home which have 3 unregistered Koenigsegg Agera. Aaron, Dominic and Harrison take the same car to race. Harrison block Dominic to let Aaron lead. Dominic bang Harrison car and it flip down the bridge. He didn't turn back to help. Aaron turn but its too late and he go to jail for 2 years. Release on parole, Aaron waste no time for revenge. He contact Imogen and manage to borrow the Mustang for the race. Despite driving on the edge, she is unfazed. Scott fly on plane to scout for traffic condition. Aaron breaks the law and is now famous in his car. Michael see the news and decide to give him a slot in the next race. Dominic is getting scared and offer his Lamborghini Sesto Elemento as reward to anyone who can stop Aaron from joining the race. Dakota do her own investigation and found him hiding his accident Agera. After escaping from a state trooper in the gas station, Aaron and Imogen are hounded by bounty hunters. Scott fly a helicopter and hook them up and whisk them from the cliff. Scott has to answer for his misdeed in the military. They reach the hotel and get to know the race time and location. Just driving out of driveway, a truck hit them and flipped. Aaron call his friends to send Imogen to hospital. The Mustang is totally wrecked. Dakota meet Aaron and give him the key to the hidden Agera and also the engagement ring. She break off with Dominic. He is surprise to see the Agera and Aaron. Total of 6 racers and also cop pursuit, one by one the cars are wrecked. When Dominic flip his car, Aaron return to save him and punch him, then finish the race as winner. Dominic is caught for the crimes and Aaron is jail 6 months for illegal racing. Out of jail, Imogen drive a new Mustang and ask him to board.
David P (us) wrote: So here we kind of have a horror icon standoff with Tyler Mane (Michael Myers in Rob Zombie's Halloween) and Derek Mears (Jason Voorhees in the 2009 Friday the 13th remake). Sounds awesome right? Well they aren't playing those characters but they do fight. But the movie isn't as exciting as it could have been. Heavy dialog and exposition weighs the story down. Tyler Mane wrote and produced this while casting himself as the lead. Never a good sign, although you can feel the love in what must've been his pet project. There are some cool scenes, especially one where screenwriter Todd Farmer makes an appearance and has his head chopped off by a van sliding door. I saw this at the Gold Coast Film Festival so you'll probably have to wait for DVD to see it. 2/5
Wu C (ru) wrote: Another quickie low-budget that I worked on in the summer of 07.
Steve S (es) wrote: Unbelievably biased, poorly constructed, highly deceptive, unsure of itself, overly confident about itself, and HIGHLY ignorant of terms, ideas, and smeared with propaganda filled imagery.I found this film highly offensive, ignorant, and just plan boring.
Nicket S (jp) wrote: most of the stories were pointless and bizarre.Some were good like zahir,pooranmashi,rice plate.Shabana Azmi's performance was top-class in rice plate.
Amanda W (nl) wrote: Different/Not bad/Kinda Liked.
Kiana P (jp) wrote: you cannot translate this movie, there is many language jokes but I love it. Gad is amazing. I saw his one man show, he is unbelievable talented.
Sumit B (it) wrote: Highly Inspiring movie. A Journey of a boy into a man. Its one of those movie that gave feeling to do something. Farhan Akhar did a awesome job in his second movie. Performances are awesome.
Diie C (es) wrote: Most all movies I've seen on Rotten Tomatoes have an "Audience Score" that is higher than the Tomatometer score. Many times there is a significant difference. This is the only movie I ever remember seeing where the audience score is significantly lower than critics. As of June 2016, it is 53%: and average rating of 3 stars (out of 5) by 72,616 users. The Tomatometer score is 78%: an average rating of 6.7 out of 10 (don't ask me how they do the math on that) with 120 critic reviews. Strangely, I am the first to take the opportunity to review it, and my review will be brief.Mainly what I have to say is that there is a reason that audiences don't like this movie the way critics think they should. Even so, it is strange, because this is a high-budget movie with mass appeal and famous actors, and the average consumer thinks that any movie along those lines is just great. Well, this one is weird, drags on endlessly, and rings hollow. It is all too cliche - you know pretty much what is going to happen and the "big reveals" disappoint. While many scenes are memorable, likely due to some decent acting, it doesn't make for a movie that captivates, pleases, or has other redeeming qualities. I remember being confused watching it in the theater as it seemed to begin as this rollicking comedy with enjoyable old-dude characters and then devolved into this weird conspiracy drama with demises that were supposed to evoke emotion but just seemed odd and stupid. It seemed as if it would never end - it felt like they crammed three movies into one and each story was worse than the previous one.I think critics become blinded by "great" actors sometimes. If you're a movie buff, you may want to watch every single movie that your favorite actor is in regardless of its merit. However, that is not enough for the viewing public. Read the plot synopsis on Wikipedia. You'll catch a glimpse of how this film began with a bold, quirky sense of adventure and ended in a nauseating sob story of heroes fading away. Good riddance, I say.
Sophie B (kr) wrote: I ved movie as a kid.Itis was the the 1st movie I ever saw at the movies at 2.
Jennifer R (ru) wrote: This movie was so sad. I watched it in my child development class! It really makes you think about things. i loved it. <3
Jeff R (fr) wrote: In one word the film is bad, bad, and bad the acting the character development bad. The best scene of the whole film is when the hero runs with his machete and the baddie is shooting his gun (it's amazing he didn't get hit) and all of a sudden he gets his arm knocked off and then the guy takes his arm and whacks him with it!
Aj V (gb) wrote: This movie is like a combination of a 70s drug story drama, an early 60s sci-fi movie, and an 80s independent film. I didn't know what to make of it, and I wouldn't recommend it unless that weird description I just gave interests you.
Anthony M (br) wrote: De tres bonnes idees...Le scenar est genial...dommage que la real soit si mauvaise...pour une fois, un film qui meriterait peut etre un remake...Mais le cote bancal rajoute aussi au charme du film alors...
Chris P (ag) wrote: First and foremost Jimi's family didn't approve this "movie", that should tell you something right there, and secondly there is no music by Jimi in this movie whatsoever. So why even watch it? To anyone that is truly a Jimi fan, don't watch this disaster. If you have watched it, what you will leave the movie with is thinking Jimi was a drug addled woman beater. So shame on the director for filming a straight up lie and shame on Andre 3000 for making it come to life. Apparently that sort of thing did happen but it was alleged, JImi didn't remember it and it didn't happen to that girl in England but to some nameless girl at some days on in drug fest here in America about a year before he died or less and once again I repeat it was alleged Jimi didn't remember it. Jimi's story is a long one. This movie has none of that. So there is no Radio One, no little Richard, no Chambers Brothers, no Curtis Knight, none of his stay with I think it was the Isley Brothers in which he played guitar the whole entire time and answered questions with his guitar, none of his friendship with Billy Gibbons, no run ins with Jim Morrison and Janis Joplin, No Experienced, No Axis, No Ladyland, No WOODSTOCK, and No Voodoo Chile at the Isle of Wight, no Opening for the Monkeys who he blew off the stage every night. No Jaming with Love. No fist fights with Pete Townshend or fire at Montery Pop. Strange Things should have opened this movie and Voodoo Chile should have closed it. The only thing I did like about this movie was that it made Eric Clapton look like a little female dog in heat, which I thoroughly enjoyed.
Andrew M (kr) wrote: I don't think the story worked. Granted, you could spend a lot of time looking for in-jokes in the background, but the foreground story just didn't click, even if it had some amusing moments.